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STORIES

WIND POWER  Paul Rich MC/MPA 1998 on the potential of wind technology for meeting future electrical needs. 

THE WORK GOES ON  Remembering Senator Edward Kennedy. 

LEARNING FROM PAKISTAN  Asim Ijaz Khwaja’s study of schools in Punjab teaches important lessons. 

FEDERAL SERVICE EXAMINED  The Kennedy School strives to make federal employment work. 

TRY COMING HERE FROM DORCHESTER  Growing up in the shadow of Harvard. 

STORY POWER  In the classroom with Marshall Ganz. 

BRIGHT FUTURE  Lalita Booth MPP/MBA 2012 advocates for the homeless 

INTERSESSION OFFERS EXPANDED OPPORTUNITIES This January, Kennedy School students had a different option of classes available to them. 

REFLECTING ON THE CARR CENTER'S 10 YEARS The Carr Center at 10.  

FINDING COMMON GROUND  In 2002, Michael Fleming helped launch the midcareer fellowship for government officials that the Kennedy School runs in concert with the Gay and Lesbian Leadership Institute. 

DEPARTMENTS

DEAN'S WORD  

THE END RESULTS  Swine flu revisited... "Brave Thinker" John Fetterman MPP 1999. 

PUBLIC INTEREST  News bites from around the school. 

Q + A: Rev. J. Bryan Hehir is a Catholic priest, the secretary for health care and social services in the Archdiocese of Boston, and the Montgomery Professor of the Practice of Religion and Public Life.  

BULLY PULPIT

Momentous Initiative  House Speaker Nancy Pelosi  

From the Forum  Deval Patrick… Mary Schapiro… Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono… Raila Amolo Odinga   

THE BUZZ  Overheard at the Kennedy School. 

IN PRINT

Losing the News  

Why David Sometimes Wins  

Post-Kyoto International Climate Policy  

The Sacco-Vanzetti Affair  

The Right to Vote  

WAYS AND MEANS

Supporting the Future of Public Service

Rising to the Dean's Challenge

EXIT POLL  A day of public service 

FINAL SAY  Ray Jefferson MC/MPA 1998 likes to joke that it was an act of service that first brought him to Harvard Kennedy School: he was in Cambridge looking at graduate schools when a very lost-looking student asked him for help finding the place. 

ALUMNI

FROM THE FIELD

A New Democracy  

Full Circle  

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